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Is Rome ignoring its own prophecies?


   DO YOU KNOW that a 12th century Irish Catholic priest predicted an attack upon Rome would take place under the papacy of Francis I? That's right, St. Malachy O'Morgan predicted that Rome would be invaded by soldiers who would destroy Rome, and also kill our pope. When pope Francis I was elected on March 13, 2013, the St. Malachy prophecy was the most popular search on the Internet, because the prophecy predicted that this pope would witness the destruction of Rome:




    "During a final persecution of the
Roman Church sits Petrus Romanus
(ITAL: Pietro de Romano), who will
feed his flock through many
tribulations. This accomplished,
the seven-hilled city (Rome) will
be destroyed, and the Dreadful
Judge will judge His people."


                   Saint Malachy


   Saint Malachy was an Irish Catholic saint who was Archbishop of Armagh in the 12th century. The St. Malachy prophecy was approved by the Church and stored in the Vatican archives. St. Malachy listed 112 future popes destined to rule the Vatican from the papacy of Celestine II in 1143 A.D. until the papacy of "Petrus Romanus," our present pope. After his election, Pope Francis chose to name himself after St. Francis "de Pietro" of Assisi, and his family was found to have come from the town of "Romano" in northern Italy. Pope Benedict's personal advisor, Archbishop Georg Ganswein, stated to Pope Benedict XVI that he felt the St. Malachy prophecy might be true and represent a "wake-up" call for the Church. But pope Francis has ignored the prophecy in spite of the fact that it came from the Vatican's own vaults. Will this prophecy come true?



   ANOTHER PROPHECY on the future of Rome also comes out of the vaults of the Vatican. This vision was received in 1961, by four young farm girls in Garabandal, Spain, who were warned in the vision that "many cardinals, many bishops, and many priests, were following the path to perdition, and were taking the souls of many others along with them." Pope John XXIII would not admit to any problems within the Church at the time. The Garabandal prophecy is listed below:




The Church may suffer the future
"wrath of God" because many
cardinals, many bishops, and
many priests are following the
path to perdition, and are taking
many other souls along with

               The Angel of Garabandal


   In 1965 a final vision involved the archangel Michael, who stated that where before the cup of sin was filling up, it was now running over, and the Church would suffer a future "chastisement" for these sins. The Garabandal vision was not well received by the Vatican since it predicted the future destruction of the Church. Not much attention was paid to the prophecy until decades later, when it was found that "many cardinals, many bishops, and many priests," were involved in the sexual abuse of minors, beginning in the 1960s, and continuing on for more than five decades. The scandal involved "hundreds of thousands" of innocent young victims:



   A THIRD PROPHECY on the fate of Rome also comes from the Vatican Library, and was also approved by Church officials. In 1917, three young children in the tiny town of Fatima, Portugal received a vision of a future pope walking through the ruins of Rome. The Third Fatima Prophecy is listed below:




   "And we saw an immense light that
is God, something similar to how
people look in a mirror when they
pass in front of it, a bishop dressed
in white (we had the impression it
was the holy father) other bishops,
priests, men and women religious,
going up a steep hill, at the top of
which was a big cross with a rough
hewn trunk, like a cork tree with the
bark. Before reaching there, the Holy
father passed through a big city half
in ruins. Half trembling, in halting
steps afflicted by pain and sorrow, he
prayed for the souls of the corpses
he passed along the way. Having
reached the top of the hill, on his
knees at the foot of the big cross,
he was killed by a group of soldiers
who shot bullets at him..."


               Sister Lucia dos Santos


   The Third Secret was not released until the year 1960, and when Pope John XXIII read the prophecy, he was so frightened by it that he exclaimed "This is not me!" and ordered the prophecy placed back into the archives. After four more decades had passed, the prophecy was finally released by an aging Nun and Pope who both decided that it was time that the prophecy be known. In 2003, Pope John Paul II and Sister Lucia Dos Santos finally released the Third Secret along with a statement by Pope John Paul II, that he felt the prophecy might be a "figurative representation" of his 1982 attempted assassination. It should be noted however that the first two Fatima prophecies were both literal prophecies that were NOT figurative representations of the events they described.

   There are hundreds of websites on the Internet warning about these threats to Rome, but Rome has been ignoring them. Pope Francis did not acknowledge them, in spite of the fact that these prophecies came out of the Vatican's own archives. If you would like to know more about what the Hebrew prophets predicted for the fate of Rome, simply click one of the secure book links on this webpage and purchase your book by Edward Oliver to try to help warn the Vatican before this terrible tragedy occurs.






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